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Photo#1051333
Liocranidae?? - Syspira

Liocranidae?? - Syspira
Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
January 29, 2015
Size: 7mm

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Liocranidae?? - Syspira Liocranidae?? - Syspira Spider - Syspira

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Syspira is another ...
that has that sort of carapace pattern.

Similar to some Anyphaena
that I find around here-



Not sure about the western species.

 
do all members of that family
do all members of that family have lamelliform claw tufts? This specimen does not

 
I believe they do
So the resemblance must be superficial. Hopefully someone else will have a better idea.

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